Free £ 50 each month from the government on your deposit!

PLAN YOU SAVE FOR DEPOSIT? GOVERNMENT IN THE UK DA TO YOU 50 YEAR MONTH!

Maybe you've been thinking about a savings account, step by step in the future. If so, the government in the UK has to buy ISA. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Money accumulated on this account. MUST NOT be used for the Help to Buy program. Money MUST be allocated to the purchase of the first-class property.

HOW IT'S WORKING?

Every month, by the order of the big bank, I am paying you £ 50 to buy your first home.The maximum amount you can receive is £ 3,000. The minimum amount of savings is £ 1600. After collecting a sum of money, the government adds £ 400 (this is the minimum amount of co-financing). If you manage to raise £ 12,000, the government will add £ 3,000, so your deposit will increase by as much as 25%. This is definitely more than you can get in the bank by setting up savings account.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM THIS?

- A person who turns 16
- A
resident of the UK
- First Time Buyer
- A person who has already opened an ISA in a procedure for transferring funds.

CAN AND PAY ONLY?

The first payment can be up to £ 1200, then you have to pay up to £ 200 per month.

LIST OF BANKS:

- Aldermore
- Bank of Scotland
- Barclays
- Buckinghamshire Building Society
- Chelsea Building Society
- Chorley Building Society
- Clydesdale Bank
- Cumberland Building Society
- Darlington Building Society
- Halifax
- HSBC
- Lloyds
- Monmouthshire Building Society
- Nationwide
- NatWest
- Norwich & Peterborough Building Society
- Penrith Building Society
- Polish Credit Union
- Progressive Building Society
- Newcastle Building Society
- Nottingham Building Society
- Santander
- Tipton & Coseley
- Ulster Bank
- Vernon Building Society
- Virgin Money
- Yorkshire Bank
- Yorkshire Building Society